Twenty Eighty Strategy Execution
Industry Solutions
CBAP® Exam Preparation
You will learn to:
  • Describe the purpose and objectives of each Knowledge Area within the BABOK®
  • Identify the Inputs, Outputs, and Tasks associ­ated with each knowledge area of the BABOK®
  • Identify key stakeholders to be involved with tasks and activities within each knowledge area of the BABOK®
  • Identify techniques that are applied for each knowledge area of the BABOK®
  • Successfully apply to write the Certified Business Analyst Exam
Course Synopsis
This intensive, four day course is designed to improve your chances of passing the Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®) cer­tification exam on the first try. The demand for professionals with the CBAP® certification is growing within industries across the globe as organisations struggle to create disciplined approaches for eliciting and managing require­ments. To earn the CBAP® credential offered by the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®), you must demonstrate the required business analysis experience and pass a 3.5-hour, 150-ques­tion exam, covering all knowledge areas of IIBA’s A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK® Guide).

You will find out exactly what you need to know and how to prepare yourself to fulfil the require­ments for each BABOK® Guide knowledge area, including the business analysis techniques identi­fied in each area. You will become familiar with the makeup and format of the exam itself by answer­ing practice questions within each lesson. You will get a chance to explore the rationale behind each answer with your instructor, a certified CBAP®. In addition, after you have completed the lessons, you will have the opportunity to take “real-life” practice exams to put your skills to the test.

As part of the course, you will be provided with a copy of Strategy Execution’s BA Techniques Handbook, which is a stand-alone guide that describes in detail each of the business analysis techniques covered by the BABOK® Guide. The BA Techniques Handbook explains the purpose of each technique, how the technique can be used, and where it is referenced in the BABOK® Guide. The Handbook will not only help you study for the exam, but can also be used to help you identify and select the appropriate techniques when conducting a business analysis effort. In the course, you will also have access to numerous other study aids and memorisation drills that will further enhance your familiarity with the BABOK® Guide.

Course Topics

  • IIBA Goals, Vision, and Mission
  • The History of IIBA
  • The Value of Business Analysis
  • Strategy Execution’s Business Analysis Success Model
  • The Application of Certification Process
  • CBAP® Certification Explained
  • Work Experience
  • Professional Development
  • Application Hint
  • Exam Blueprint
  • About the Exam
  • Certification Fees
The BABOK® and Techniques
  • Definition of the BABOK®
  • What the BABOK® is NOT
  • BABOK® Knowledge Areas
  • Underlying Competencies and the BABOK®
  • Finding Techniques in the BABOK®
  • Technique Resources
  • Knowledge Area Match-Up
Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
  • Planning the Business Analysis Approach
  • Conducting Stakeholder Analysis
  • Planning Business Analysis Activities
  • Planning the Requirements Management Process
  • Managing Business Analysis Performance
  • Preparing for Elicitation
  • Conducting Elicitation Activity
  • Documenting Elicitation Results
  • Confirming Elicitation Results
Requirements Management and Communication
  • Managing Solution Scope and Requirements
  • Managing Requirements Traceability
  • Maintaining Requirements for Re-use
  • Preparing a Requirements Package
  • Communicating Requirements
Enterprise Analysis
  • Defining the Business Need
  • Assessing Capability Gaps
  • Determining the Solution Approach
  • Defining Solution Scope
  • Defining the Business Case
Requirements Analysis
  • Prioritising Requirements
  • Organising Requirements
  • Specifying and Modelling Requirements
  • Defining Assumptions and Constraints
  • Validating Requirements
Solution Assessment and Validation
  • Assessing the Proposed Solution
  • Allocating Requirements
  • Assessing Organisational Readiness
  • Defining Transition Requirements
  • Validating the Solution
  • Evaluating Solution Performance
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